a plant grown in a flowerpot, esp indoors
[poh-poo-ree, poh-poo-ree] /ˌpoʊ pʊˈri, ˈpoʊ pʊˌri/ noun 1. a mixture of dried petals of roses or other flowers with spices, kept in a jar for their fragrance. 2. a musical medley. 3. a collection of miscellaneous literary extracts. 4. any mixture, especially of unrelated objects, subjects, etc. /ˌpəʊˈpʊərɪ/ noun (pl) -ris 1. a collection of […]
noun 1. a dish of meat, usually brisket of beef or chuck roast, stewed in one piece in a covered pot and served in its own gravy. noun 1. meat, esp beef, that is browned and cooked slowly in a covered pot with very little water, often with vegetables added
[pot] /pɒt/ noun 1. a container of earthenware, metal, etc., usually round and deep and having a handle or handles and often a lid, used for cooking, serving, and other purposes. 2. such a container with its contents: a pot of stew. 3. the amount contained in or held by a pot; potful. 4. a […]
[pot-shurd] /ˈpɒtˌʃɜrd/ noun 1. a broken pottery fragment, especially one of archaeological value. /ˈpɒtˌʃɜːd/ noun 1. a broken fragment of pottery n. early 14c., from pot (n.1) + Middle English schoord, from Old English sceard (see shard). a “shred”, i.e., anything severed, as a fragment of earthenware (Job 2:8; Prov. 26:23; Isa. 45:9).